Sabino Canyon Road

Tucson, Arizona

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This paved road is closed to vehicles (except for limited bicycle and shuttle traffic) and provides walkers, joggers, parents with strollers, and folks in wheelchairs with a gorgeous hiking experience—it’s the best place in Tucson to get into the wilderness with a wheelchair. The tour shuttle has a flat fee that allows all-day on-and-off privileges at any of its nine stops, and can be used to access the Hutch’s Pool Trail or to hike the Phoneline Trail in reverse. Pools and a diminutive waterfall invite kids to play, but don’t feel that you need to stop here—plenty of other riparian areas are farther along the road.

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"This paved road is closed to vehicles (except for limited bicycle and shuttle traffic) and provides walkers, joggers, parents with strollers, and folks in wheelchairs with a gorgeous hiking experience—it’s the best place in Tucson to get into the wilderness with a wheelchair.

The tour shuttle has a flat fee that allows all-day on-and-off privileges at any of its nine stops, and can be used to access the Hutch’s Pool Trail or to hike the Phoneline Trail in reverse. Pools and a diminutive waterfall invite kids to play, but don’t feel that you need to stop here—plenty of other riparian areas are farther along the road."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Tucson
Distance: 7.6
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 2.5 hours
Season: Year-round
Local Contacts: Santa Catalina Natural Area

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Jun 2018